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Dried pasta nibble okay?


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Tiny bit nibbled by Atticus Idk if I need to go emergency vet or not TIA x

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I'd just watch him I think. Dried pasta is only flour and water usually, so nothing toxic for bunnies.
I'd just watch him I think. Dried pasta is only flour and water usually, so nothing toxic for bunnies.
Ah okay thanks Omi, Evelyn thought she'd share pasta with everyone, everyone else had more sense ofc not to eat it... [emoji38]

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I wouldn't be worried if it was just a nibble. The ingredients shouldn't be an issue -it's the dried stuff absorbing water in the gut if a lot was eaten that would worry me more.
Oh Atticus! :roll:
He does love to worry you, Graciee. :( Do you think maybe he feels like he needs more attention or something? :lol:

My ex used to get himself hurt during his DIY projects when he felt I was not doting on him enough. :roll:

Agree with others here that as long as it was only a nibble, shouldn't be a problem...more than one, or a whole bag, would have me off to the vets, forthwith.